Liquid Gold ☆


Argan oil is an organic product extracted from the kernels of the argan tree, which is native to Morocco. People called “Liquid Gold”. It is extremely rich in beneficial nutrients including fatty acids and vitamin E.

As my skin has been suffering from the Swedish cold, my beautiful chiropractor – Micaelas Kiropraktik & Kinesisk Medicin – gave me these “Liquid Gold” bottles, one with a touch of vanilla scent, while the other with Jasmine scent to pamper my skin.

Since then I have been using them on my face and sometimes on my hair and they magically moisturise, hydrate and soften my skin plus they are really ideal as hair conditioner, and can even help to treat split ends and tame frizzy hair.

On the other side, not only does argan oil act as an effective moisturiser, it can also give skin a youthful glow and reduce the visibility of wrinkles. Its anti-oxidant effect makes argan oil the ideal anti-aging product. It restores elasticity and leaves skin feeling plumper and softer.

I massage a few drops of the oil into my face and neck before bed. It acts as a moisturiser and anti-ager all in one 🙂


A personal approach to cancer .. Smile to life!!


Many of us judge others over small or bigger issues but don’t admit it, and we often hear the typical clichés like “I don’t mean to judge”, “who am I to judge?” and “I am not one to judge”.

The refusal to judge is considered admirable, as it demonstrates that you are a tolerant and progressive person open to all points of view.

When I published my story last year and how I loved living healthy, I got some negative judgmental comments about my life and about my photos while those people didn’t even think for a moment that they don’t know anything about me.

I know you can’t please everyone. No matter what you are, who you are or how you look, these types of people will always criticize. It’s not so much that they don’t like you, it’s that they don’t like themselves and this causes them to try to put everyone else down around themselves .. They just can’t be happy for others because they’re unhappy with themselves. Because if they were happy why would they want to make others feel crap about themselves.

Do you know how hard hair loss after cancer treatment can be, especially for young single women. The cancer drugs did cause hair thinning to mine.

I felt it is so hard to cope with the loss of my hair. So I have to apply hair extension till I can achieve a healthy head which will allow to my hair to grow naturally again.

I’m no perfect, maybe I’m a perfectionist, because of my passion towards becoming the best that I can be.

Exercise and healthy eating became an important part of my life and so I decided to live my life healthy and happy.


I am always asked how cancer has changed my life, and my answer is simply this; in many ways, cancer was a gift .

In the beginning it was incredibly hard and confusing. I didn’t know what was going to happen and I was very scared. You’re forced to really think about life and death and everything in between. It was terrifying. But slowly and surely as I learned more, as I educated myself, I felt better.  It forced me to think about who I am and who I want to be.

It has given me clarity of purpose, and that is to live my life smiling. It has given me clarity of conscience, to have the best attitude each and every day.

I smile because I try to face hard, shitty life with a smile and positive attitude but this doesn’t make me perfect or have a perfect life.

I gave up trying to please others years ago. I just aim to make myself happy .. And I tell you what, I freaking LOVE myself!! So embrace what you want to be and ignore the people who have a problem with it!!


What do you do when you have a bad hair day?!

IMG_7776 When your hair doesn’t do what you want it to, you feel furstrated. Grrrrrr. No one wants to feel uncomfortable about their hair! Right?!
So what do you do when you have a bad hair day?!
Personally I put a cap on when my hair is less than cooperative.

As some may know that women born in MENA like me can’t do many things in their life with the excuse that they are girls. So long time ago I shaved my hair completely .. YES I did, and told my mom “NOW I’m a boy” and that’s how I built a relationship with caps.

Hats/caps are an easy and stylish way to cover up if you’re having a bad hair day, if sweating at gym mess up your hair or if you just didn’t have enough time to wash your hair.